What a fun bar after dinner. We were recommended to come by our restaurant. It is a fun and unique bar.
This is not a "chic" restaurant but people seem to believe it should be from reading many comments. Had lunch there and the service was very good, the atmosphere was comforting and spicy ramen was amazing. If you're looking for a fine dining sushi palace, stay away. If you're looking for good Japanese style comfort food, give it a try.
Was visiting Montreal and went here on the rec of a friend. It's hidden--walk through an unmarked red door--and perhaps that part of what makes it such a gem. Every seat is at a bar they have an original selection of cocktails. Great spot for a date, in fact people making out in the corner seem part of the vibe.
My girlfriends bday was ruined. 4 girls taking a picture w flash and were rudely told not to. We then ordered "SPICY Shrimp" not Salty Shrimp. We 4 ppl said politely that the plates were way too salty. The waitress said we had to speak to the manager bc he told her it was made with kimchi. For all I... More
I always wanted to go to Big in Japan and heard awesome things about that place, so my cute girlfriend surprised me by taking me there. After waiting for a while in line, behind a curtain, we were told to get in and that is when I started simply hating the place: - We were not assigned seats (we were... More
You can't help but want to dive into this great gem. Our small group stopped in after a work event and had an amazing time. They seated us right away and the service was excellent. The meals were reasonably priced and were absolutely delicious; large portions with fresh foods and tangy flavours. We'll be back the next time we are... More
This place is cool and has excellent food. The food is spicy and unusual not the same old sushi and tempura etc. that is everywhere. The tuna tataki is super good. Have been several times and it is always casual and fun. They even have their own beer on tap.
What atmosphere! The place is filled with one long bar that zig-zags around the room and is lit by myriad tealights for a soft, romantic glow. Walls are paneled in dark, velvety curtains, and the entrance is guarded by a uniformed attendant who looked like Debbie Harry circa 1980. Montreal locals introduced us to this bar, which we would never... More
It is so nice to see how pretty this place is now after the major renovations (it used to be an old ugly scary tavern in the 80s). This is a cool bar in town where to go for original cocktails. Many bottles of different whiskeys hang from the ceiling. A nice cool and relaxed atmosphere reigns in the bar.
Great place for a lunch with friends. Innovative oriental cuisine. A great mis of great food, urban ambiance and friendly service.
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